Best mattress deals, including pocket spring, memory foam and hybrid mattresses from a range of brands, such as Emma, Eve, Simba and more, carefully selected by Which? experts

With so many mattress sales around, it can be hard to know which ones are actually any good, and when is the best time to buy. Is your mattress giving you the best night’s sleep? If it’s starting to sag or soften, think back to how long you’ve had it: you should renew yours every eight to 10 years.

Whether you want traditional pocket springs, memory foam or maybe something in between, such as a hybrid mattress, we can help.

Our expert pick of the deals available this month, from some of the most popular brands, will help you find a mattress without paying over the odds. And, if you’re not quite ready to buy, read on for our top deal-spotting tips for the future.

Best mattress deals in the sales 2022

A new mattress can be expensive. But there are so many deals across the year, it’s always worth shopping around to find a bargain. And there’s no need to panic-buy just because you see one on sale and worry that you’ll have to pay full price if you wait.  Some brands seem to have deals on all the time. Big sales periods include Easter, Christmas, the new year and bank holidays. In 2021 we also saw deals tied into Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, summer and even the back-to-school period, and the usual flurry of special offers and discounts around Black Friday and Cyber Monday period.  Not all deals are good value, though.  We spotted offers for some brands during the Easter 2021 and August bank holiday weekend, that beat discounts offered during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Want to make sure you buy the best one for your budget? Find out about the best mattresses using our handy guide.  Our experts keep a close eye on the mattress deals to bring you this round-up from some of the most popular brands buyers are searching for.  Each mattress below scores well in our independent tests. But to find the very best and make sure it’s the right one for your needs, check our thorough mattress reviews before you buy.  If you’re buying a mattress with a sleep trial offer, check the T&Cs before you buy. See how many nights you’ll need to keep it for, and what you need to do to return it if it’s not right for you.   All prices below are for double mattresses.

Emma The Original mattress: £384.45
The Emma Original mattress

Type: Foam

We like: Can be used on most bed bases, not overly warm, 200-night trial, doesn’t need to be turned

We don’t like: It could be easier to move The Emma Original is the most popular mattress .

The 50% off sale, running since Boxing day, has ended. It’s been replaced with a 45% off sale, but for new customers only. This brings the listed full price for a double from £699 down to £384.45. It’s still a good price, but just over £35 more expensive than January.

The Emma Original is made up of a 19cm foam core, with an additional 2cm layer of memory foam and a 4cm layer of ordinary foam.

Unlike some mattresses, it doesn’t feel too warm when you lie on it.   Read our full review of the Emma Original mattress. Or snap it up direct from Emma

Silentnight Now 7 Zone Memory Foam Mattress: £199.05

Type: Memory Foam

We like: Lightweight

We don’t like: It doesn’t come with handles for turning The Silentnight Now 7 Zone mattress (double size) is currently still on offer at Amazon, but without a trial nights offer.

If you prefer to take advantage of Silentnight’s 100-night trial, this mattress is also still on sale at Wayfair for just £199.05 (dropped from £233.99).

This double rolled mattress from Silentnight comes delivered in a vacuum-packed box, direct from the manufacturer to your door, and weighs just 17kg.

It also has a 17cm foam core, with a token 2.4cm layer of memory foam on top.

Want to see how this budget memory foam mattress fared in our tests? Read the full Silentnight Now 7 Zone mattress review. Or head to Wayfair.co.uk to buy it now with a 100-night trial offer included

Horizon Odyssey 800 Pocket Memory Mattress: £349.95                    

Type: Memory foam and pocket springs

We like: It’s not too warm to lie on, doesn’t need to be turned over

We don’t like: Cover isn’t removable for washing, softer than you may expect This mattress has been on offer for a while, and currently it’s available for £349.95.

Not quite as cheap as we’ve recently see it, but still a decent price.  The Horizon Odyssey 800 combines a 14.5cm pocket spring core with two layers of foam on either side.

It’s almost identical to the Horizon Adventurer, but the quantity and the size of the pocket springs differs. Our independent tests rated it as 7.2 on a scale from 1 (very firm) to 10 (very soft): in other words, it’s a softer mattress than many.

It is also rated as cold to lie on, so suitable for those who sweat a lot at night. Read our expert review here Horizon Odyssey 800 Pocket Memory Mattress review. Or buy it now from Mattress Online

Eve The Lighter Hybrid mattress: £568 (full price)

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Type: Memory foam and springs

We like: One-year trial, no minimum night’s needed

We don’t like: No grip handles on the sides This hybrid mattress from Eve Sleep is made up of a 10cm pocket sprung core, on top of which sit two layers of foam. Eve describes it as more lightweight, but no less mighty, than its original hybrid mattress.

Eve’s most recent sale has ended, so if you’re after an Eve Sleep mattress we’d say hang fire and wait for the next offer to come along. Is it the right mattress for you? To find out, read our full Eve Lighter Hybrid mattress review. Or buy it at Eve

Sleep SleepSoul Space 2000 Pocket Sprung: £359

Type: Pocket sprung

We like: Doesn’t need to be flipped, cool to lie on

We don’t like: It’s heavy If you’re not a fan of foam mattresses and prefer pocket springs, the SleepSoul Space 2000 is still on offer. It’s available at Happy Beds for a discount price of £374.99, but we’ve spotted the double size on sale for just £359 at MattressNextDay – It’s not quite as cheap as we’ve seen recently, but it’s still a good deal.

Made up of a 24.5cm pocket sprung core, this has another layer of mini pocket springs on top, topped with a covering of foam on top.

It weighs a hefty 43kg, but luckily it doesn’t need to be turned over. It’s listed as medium firm, but in our independent tests we ranked it as an 8, where 1 is the firmest and 10 the softest. Read our full SleepSoul Space 2000 mttress review to see if it’s worth bagging this deal.  Or buy it at MattressNextDay now

Otty Aura mattress: £349.99

Type: Hybrid

We like: 100-night sleep trial, washable cover, feels cool to sleep on

We don’t like: Bit of a memory effect when you lay on it – which some people may not like Otty says the Aura is its most affordable hybrid mattress.

And it’s currently on offer for £349.99 (from a stated full price of £699.99), which is cheaper than average for the hybrids we’ve tested and £35 cheaper than it was on offer in December.

Inside the Otty Aura you’ll find a 16.5cm pocket spring core, surrounded by two layers of foam with extra memory foam layers on top that helps to contour to your body shape.

Despite all the foam, it’s cool to sleep on, so it could be a good choice if you tend to get too warm at night. In our tests, we classified this as 5 for firmness on a scale where 1 is very firm and 10 is very soft.  Read our full Otty Aura review to see if this hybrid mattress is durable.

Nectar memory foam mattress: £628.65
Nectar mattress

Type: Memory foam

We like: 365-night trial offer, extra-long warranty

We don’t like: Feels warm to sleep on Nectar’s 40% off sale has ended but has been replaced with a different offer.

This time it’s a bundle offer: for £628.65 you’ll get the double mattress (full price previously stated as £749) plus £394 worth of accessories such as a pair of pillows, a bedding set, a duvet and a mattress protector.

If you need all these extras, it’s not a bad deal. If you don’t need the extras, you can buy just the double memory foam mattress from Amazon for £549 or Next for £630.

Made up of a large 16.3cm foam core, topped with 3cm of memory foam and 2cm of foam topped off with a quilted cover, this foam mattress feel warm to lie on, so may not be the best choice if you prefer a cooler-feeling mattress.  Is this the perfect mattress for all sleeping positions?

To find out, read our full Nectar Sleep memory foam mattress review. Or buy it now with accessories at Nectar.

Dormeo S Plus Evolution: £499.99

Dormeo S Plus Evolution mattress

Type: Memory foam

We like: Doesn’t feel too warm to lie on, 60-night trial offer, free delivery, 15-year warranty

We don’t like: There is a memory effect when you lie on it Dormeo’s sale still has the innovative Dormeo S Plus Evolution mattress on sale for £499.99. That’s £500 off the full price of £999.99. At the moment, it’s also offering 5% extra off if you sign up to its email.

It’s a great price for this innovative memory foam mattress. The Dormeo website say this deal ends 31 January, but we saw the lower price listed in the days after that date.

This ‘double’ mattress is actually made up of two ‘single’ cores, both of which have a firm side and a soft side, and are held in place by the removable and washable mattress cover.

This means you can flip the single-core mattresses individually to suit the preferences of both sleeping partners.  Read our full Dormeo S Plus Evolution review. Or buy it at Dormeo.

Simba Hybrid mattress: £588.16 (new customers only)
Simba Hybrid mattress

Type: Memory foam and springs

We like: 200-night trial, free returns, not too hot to sleep on

We don’t like: Minimum spend of £300 required before discount kicks in Simba’s 40% off deal has ended and has been replaced by 36% off for new customers only. Making it £588.16, which isn’t the cheapest we’ve seen this mattress.

New customers also need to spend more than £300 to get the discount. This is an OK deal, but not the best. The Simba Hybrid is made up of several layers, including a zoned support base, a mini pocket sprung layer and a foam topper.

This bed-in-a-box mattress is delivered vacuum-packed in a box to your door and comes with a ‘risk-free’ 200-night trial.

If you decide to return it, Simba offers a free return and won’t even ask you to get the mattress back in the box.  Read our full Simba Hybrid mattress review to see if it’ll give you the support you need.  Or buy it at Simba Sleep now.

Rem-Fit 500 Ortho hybrid mattress: £649.35
Rem-fit 500 ortho hybrid mattress

Type: Hybrid

We like: 100-night sleep trial, removable washable cover

We don’t like: Mattress feels softer than claims, no handle grips  This mattress is still on offer in the current Rem-Fit sale, but the discount has dropped to 35% now (from 45% then 40% off).

This brings the stated price of £999 down to £649.35, but this includes two pillows and a mattress protector. This isn’t the best offer we’ve seen.

The website says the sale ends in six days. This hybrid mattress combines a 16cm micro pocket spring core with a 5cm layer of memory foam closest to the body.

The manufacturer claims to have zoned the memory foam layer, varying its levels of density to deliver targeted support to different areas of the body.

Read our full review of the Rem-Fit 500 Ortho hybrid mattress to see if it will stand the test of time. Or buy it now at Rem-Fit

Sealy Teramo 1400: £639.95

Type: Pocket sprung

We like: Doesn’t need to be flipped, not too warm to lie on, five-year guarantee

We don’t like: Heavy This ever-popular Sealy pocket sprung mattress has been around for a fair few years, but it’s worth a look if you need a new mattress and are keen to step away from hybrid or foam mattresses.

It’s also known as the Teramo 1400, Nostromo 1400 and Latex 1400, making it harder to pin down the best deal. It’s made up of a pocket spring core with a latex layer designed to improve comfort and support.

This layer means the mattress doesn’t need to be turned over, which is good, as it weighs 39kg. Sealy says this mattress is soft, and our independent firmness tests ranked it as an eight, where one is the firmest and 10 the softest.

You can buy a double for £639.95 at the moment: the same as the offer we spotted just before Christmas.  Stated full price on MattressOnline is £1,216.80, but we’ve spotted this mattress listed for £800 full price at Next.

Find out if this mattress model will stand the test of time in our full Sealy Teramo 1400 review. Or buy it now at MattressOnline

Emma Smart Hybrid: £599

Type: Memory foam and springs

We like: Removable and washable cover

We don’t like: Emma’s trial nights offer may not apply at all retailers so check before you buy  The Emma Smart Hybrid is still on offer for £599 (standard double) at Land of Beds.

We’ve seen this mattress previously discounted to £799, so this is still a good deal price for this recently released Emma. The Land of Beds website states this ‘January offer’ has been extended until Thursday.

The Emma Smart Hybrid, called the Select in some retailers, is the first mattress from Emma to be available in-store. It’s constructed from a number of layers including a 13cm spring core sandwiches between layers of foam and fabric.

On the top of the spring core you’ll find a 3.5 cm layer of foam and another 2cm layer of ‘aqua gel’ foam on top of that, wrapped in a removable machine-washable cover.

Read our full Emma Smart Hybrid review for more insights on this mattress. Or buy it now from Land of Beds (comes with free Emma pillow and mattress protector).

How to get the best deals on specific mattress brands

Whether you’re desperate for an Emma mattress, or want to swap your old one for a new memory foam mattress, it’s worth keeping an eye out for sales on your chosen brand’s website. Social media can also be a good place to spot a bargain.  Offers come and go throughout the year.

But, be warned, the deals may not be on the particular mattress you want, so check the T&Cs.   Make sure you’re prepared when the discounts start.

Compare mattresses to find out which ones will be a dream and which ones could turn into an expensive nightmare – and don’t forget retailers may have other sales happening in store.

Dormeo mattress deals

You may have spotted Dormeo mattresses on TV, or ads popping up on Facebook, and generally we’ve seen a range of different deals. You’ll also spot free gifts such as pillows and duvets on top of existing sale reductions. And, although its mattresses can be found through other retailers, in the past we’ve noticed that buying direct from Dormeo can sometimes save you a small amount in addition to any free gifts it may be offering. This means it’s worth checking its website as a starting point before comparing deals. Over the past year, we’ve seen sales with up to 60% off. Read our Dormeo mattress reviews

Emma mattress deals

The Emma Original mattress is one of the most popular reviews. This bed-in-a-box brand delivers its rolled-up mattresses direct to your door and offers a sleep trial (currently 200 nights).

There are four mattresses in its range and, from what we’ve seen, a variety of deals are available during different months, so it’s worth keeping an eye on the website or on social media.

While we saw 50% off during Black Friday 2021, generally the biggest discount we’ve seen is 45%, so this is a good guide if you’re after an Emma mattress but aren’t sure when to take the plunge. Read our Emma mattress reviews

Eve mattress deals Eve

is another bed-in-a-box mattress brand. Mattress deals can be found on the brand’s Eve Sleep website or via some retailers, such as Next. Similar to Emma mattresses, Eve also offers trial nights so you can try the mattress. Currently there is a 100-night trial, and if you don’t love it you can send it back free of charge.

Be warned: if you buy an Eve mattress via another retailer, such as Argos, the Eve trial nights offer doesn’t apply. As a guide, we’ve seen deals ranging from 20% to 30% off.

Check the T&Cs before you buy, though, as offers can be on certain mattresses only, or only if you spend above a particular amount, or for new customers only. Read our Eve mattress reviews

Ikea mattress deals

You might not see Ikea mattresses discounted, but that’s because these budget-friendly options are generally good value even when at full price.

We’ve got 11 of them, ranging from as little as £75 up to around £500, with an average price of just £227. Find out which ones are the top five most popular Ikea mattresses.  Read our Ikea mattress reviews

Simba mattress deals

Simba mattresses arrive vacuum-packed in a box to your door, and the three in its range currently come with a 200-night trial. Simba offers free returns, and its website states that it won’t ask you to get the mattress back in the box for the return journey.

We’ve spotted a range of deals from Simba, offering between 25% and 35%. Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021 saw some of the biggest discounts we’ve seen on these.

But as a rule, anything around 30% to 35% is a good deal. Do check the T&Cs, though, as we’ve spotted there can be some sort of condition, such as a minimum spend or a discount on a particular mattress.

Mattresses  Reviews

Eve The Original Hybrid review

£769.00Typical price

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81%

Key features

  • Memory foam and springs
  • Average warmth

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 verdict: Marvellous mattress

Like the other Eve mattresses we’ve tested, this impressive mattress also aced our tests. It’s supportive, stable, breathable and long-lasting, and it joins the others as a high-scoring Best Buy mattresses.

Pros
  • Very supportive
  • Doesn’t sag or soften over time
  • Really stable
  • Breathable
  • 10-year warranty
  • One-year sleep trial
Cons
  • Could be easier to move about – it weighs over 32kg but has grip handles to help

    Eve Premium Hybrid Mattress review

    £978.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    81%

    Key features

    • Memory foam and springs
    • Average warmth

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     verdict: One of the best on test

    This is an outstanding mattress that aced most of our tough tests. It’s supportive, stable and long-lasting, and a definite Best Buy. In fact, it’s one of our highest-scoring mattresses.

    Pros
    • Extremely supportive
    • Very long-lasting
    • Really stable
    • Breathable
    • Easy to turn on
    Cons
    • It weighs 46kg so isn’t the easiest to rotate or move about – even with the grip handles.
    • Emma The Emma Original review

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      80%

      Key features

      • Foam
      • Average warmth

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       verdict: Exceptional

      This impressive all-round mattress didn’t perform badly in a single one of our tough tests. It’s one of the highest-scoring mattresses we’ve tested and more than deserving of our Best Buy seal of approval.

      Pros
      • Supportive
      • Very easy to turn over on
      • Breathable
      • Stable
      • Exceptionally durable
      Cons
      • If we’re being really picky then it could be easier to move – there are 4 hand grips on the side but other mattresses we’ve tested can have more grips to hold which help when moving.

        Eve The Original Mattress review

        Test scoreShow Context

        79%

        Key features

        • Foam
        • Average warmth

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         verdict: Exceptional

        This impressive mattress aced our tests. It’s supportive, stable, breathable and long lasting, making it one of our highest-scoring Best Buy mattresses.

        Pros
        • Very supportive
        • Doesn’t sag or soften over time
        • Really stable
        • Breathable
        Cons
        • Turning over on the mattress could be easier – if we’re being harsh

          Emma Emma Smart Hybrid review

          £799.00Typical price

          Test scoreShow Context

          79%

          Key features

          • Memory foam and springs
          • Average warmth

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           verdict: Fabulous

          This is another great mattress from Emma. It’s durable, supportive and this hybrid mattress earns its place in our Best Buy mattresses.

          Pros
          • Good support no matter what your favoured sleeping position
          • Washable cover
          • Excellent durability
          • Available in retailers
          Cons
          • Stability could be better – if we’re being really picky

            Emma Premium review

            £729.00Typical price

            Test scoreShow Context

            79%

            Key features

            • Memory foam and springs
            • Warm

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             verdict: Excellent hybrid Best Buy

            The Emma Premium, formerly known as the Emma Original Hybrid, is a Best Buy thanks to its high scores across the board in our testing. It’s supportive, durable, breathable and will stand the test of time. This mattress joins the Emma Original and the Emma Smart Hybrid as a hat-trick of Best Buys for Emma.

            Pros
            • Durable
            • Supportive no matter what position you like to sleep in
            • Won’t sag or soften over time
            • Breathable
            Cons
            • There is some transfer of movement across the mattress

              Sealy Teramo 1400 review

              Test scoreShow Context

              77%

              Key features

              • Pocket sprung
              • Average warmth
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              verdict: An outstanding mattress

              When we tested this Sealy mattress in 2015, which is also known as the Nostromo 1400, Stockton 1400 and the Latex 1400, it was the best we had seen in years. Several years on, we’re still yet to test a pocket sprung mattress that scores quite as highly as this Best Buy.

              Pros
              • Good support for most people
              • Extremely durable
              • Stable
              • Easy to turn over on
              Cons
              • Not great for heavier people who sleep on their back

                Eve The Lighter Hybrid review

                Test scoreShow Context

                77%

                Key features

                • Memory foam and springs
                • Warm

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                 verdict: A winning combination

                This mattress really impressed in our tests. It’s supportive, stable, breathable, durable and easy to turn on. It’s up there with the best hybrid mattresses we’ve tested, and gets a very well deserved Best Buy seal of approval from us.

                Pros
                • Great support for sleeping on your back
                • Good support for sleeping on your side
                • Easy to turn on
                • Absorbs bounces and impacts well
                • Breathable
                • Very long-lasting
                • Affordable
                Cons
                • There are no handles to help with moving it about – luckily it’s not too heavy

                  Mattress Online Horizon Odyssey 800 Pocket Memory Mattress review

                  Test scoreShow Context

                  77%

                  Key features

                  • Memory foam and springs
                  • Cool

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                   verdict: Worth a look

                  The Odyssey joins the MattressOnline Adventurer as a Best Buy thanks to a combination of good overall body support and excellent durability results. Despite its memory foam layer, it’s really easy to move around on too.

                  Pros
                  • Provides good spinal support
                  • Easy to move around on
                  • Durable
                  • Breathable
                  Cons
                  • Softer than you may expect
                  • Stability could be better

                    Ikea Morgedal 902.837.97 review

                    £179.00Typical price

                    Test scoreShow Context

                    77%

                    Key features

                    • Memory foam
                    • Warm

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                    verdict: Affordable memory foam Best Buy

                    Like the foam Morgedal, this simple memory foam mattress from Ikea is affordable and a great Best Buy option if you usually sleep on your front or your back. It doesn’t quite provide as much support if you prefer lying on your side, but it’s still acceptable. However, you will sink into the memory foam, which makes it harder to turn over, so if this will bother you try one of our other Best Buys instead.

                    Pros
                    • Affordable
                    • Durable
                    • Won’t sag or soften over time
                    • Good overall back support
                    • Stable
                    • Breathable
                    Cons
                    • Memory foam makes it hard to turn over

                      Simba Cool Foam review

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Foam
                      • Average warmth

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                      verdict: Outstanding value for money

                      This is an excellent mattress at a very reasonable price. It’s been around for a while, but this breathable mattress will provide good support for your spine for years to come, without sagging. It’s so good, we’ve made it a Best Buy.

                      Pros
                      • Very supportive
                      • Long-lasting
                      • Breathable
                      • Good at absorbing movement
                      Cons
                      • Gives off a bit of an odour at first

                      Mattress Online Horizon Discovery 1500 Pocket Memory Mattress review

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam and springs
                      • Average warmth

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                       verdict: Great Hybrid Best Buy

                      This is a top-performing Best Buy mattress that has done well across the board in our tests. It combines good levels of support with great durability, meaning performance will not drop off over time.

                      Pros
                      • Good spinal support
                      • Durable
                      • Stable
                      Cons
                      • Not as easy to move around on as some other mattresses

                      Dormeo S Plus Evolution review

                      £500.00Typical price

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam
                      • Warm

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                       verdict: Innovative Best Buy

                      This is a great Best Buy mattress with an interesting unique selling point. So far, we’ve tested the softer side for support and comfort and will be following up with further tests on the firmer side towards the end of this year.

                      Pros
                      • Can adapt to more than one person
                      • Good spinal support
                      • Durable
                      • Easy to move around on
                      Cons
                      • The concept may not suit everybody

                      Memory Foam Warehouse Coolmax Hybrid review

                      £320.00Typical price

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam and springs
                      • Medium warm

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                       verdict: Good all-rounder.

                      This is a good, durable memory foam mattress that offers great spinal support, whatever your body type and whatever position you like to sleep in, so we’ve made it a Best Buy. It’s not the best choice if you tend to overheat, though, as it’s warm to sleep on.

                      Pros
                      • Good spinal support for all types of people and sleeping positions
                      • Durable
                      • Easy to turn on the mattress
                      • Won’t sag or soften
                      Cons
                      • Stability is poor
                      • This mattress could be more breathable

                      Emma Emma Hybrid review

                      £809.00Typical price

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam and springs
                      • Average warmth

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                      verdict: Top class

                      This Emma hybrid mattress has been around for a while, but the results from the latest version we tested are still impressive. It’s durable and supportive no matter what position you like to sleep in, so we’ve made it a Best Buy.

                      Pros
                      • Good support no matter what position you like to sleep in
                      • Washable cover
                      • Excellent durability
                      Cons
                      • Not available direct from Emma
                      • If we’re being really picky – stability could be better. Some movement will transfer across the mattress
                      • Trial night offer may not be applicable depending where you buy

                      Silentnight Studio Original review

                      £475.00Typical price

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Foam
                      • Average warmth

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                      verdict: Great choice

                      This impressive foam mattress aced our body support and durability tests. It’s been around a while, but it’s still one of the best mattresses we’ve tested from Silentnight, and is fully deserving of our coveted Best Buy recommendation.

                      Pros
                      • Very supportive
                      • Stands the test of time
                      • Easy to turn over on
                      • Stable
                      • Breathable
                      Cons
                      • Difficult to rotate

                      Otty Aura review

                      £700.00Typical price

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      76%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam and springs
                      • Cool

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                       verdict: A good choice

                      The Otty Aura hybrid mattress joins the Otty Original hybrid mattress as a Best Buy. It gets a lot of things right – providing good support coupled with great durability. It could be easier to shift about, but that’s a minor niggle.

                      Pros
                      • Provides good spinal support
                      • Excellent durability
                      • Easy to turn over on this mattress
                      Cons
                      • No grip handles
                      • Unclear washing instructions for the cover

                      Mammoth Rise Essential AS review

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      75%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam and springs
                      • Medium

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                       verdict: Great Best Buy

                      This is a very good Best Buy mattress that scores well across a range of our tests, although its stability could be better.

                      Pros
                      • Great spinal support
                      • Easy to move around on
                      • Durable
                      Cons
                      • Stability could be better

                      Silentnight Now 7 Zone memory foam mattress review

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      75%

                      Key features

                      • Foam
                      • Very warm

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                      verdict: Great support

                      Jump straight into bed with this Silentnight Best Buy, andit’ll give your spine the support you need – especially if you like sleeping onyour back. It’s excellent at keeping you in the right position. If you preferto sleep on your side or your front, it will give you decent support here too.It’s durable and not that heavy, either.

                      Pros
                      • Great support
                      • Lightweight
                      • Durable
                      • Breathable
                      • Not much transfer of movement
                      Cons
                      • It could be a little easier to turn on
                      • It has a bit of asmell when first opened

                      Mattress Online Horizon Adventurer 1000 Pocket Memory Mattress review

                      Test scoreShow Context

                      75%

                      Key features

                      • Memory foam and springs
                      • Average warmth

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                       verdict: Decent

                      This Best Buy mattress provides good spinal support, regardless of the position you sleep in. It’s also durable, so will last years without sagging or going soft. It’s also breathable and easy to turn on.

                      Pros
                      • Provides good spinal support
                      • Easy to move around on
                      • Durable
                      • Breathable
                      Cons
                      • Mattress stability could be better
                      • Could be easier to move about